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TRIAL BY JURY

the trial where a jury will deliver a verdict after it has heard all of the evidence, see trial, non-jury.

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TRUST EXECUTED

This applies to a trust that states what its assets will be used for.

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TRANSIENT PERSON

This term is applied to a person with fixed address or a person on his way through one state into another state.

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THIRD DEGREE

a term for the illegal attempt to get a confession from a suspected criminal.

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TEMPERANCE

a term that means the restraint, moderation and to refrain from an excess.

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TITLE OF AN ACT

the name of a statute or a law or the brief description of item purpose and nature.

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TO KNOWINGLY MISREPRESENT

to intentionally falsify facts to gain something for your own benefit or to defraud.

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TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD

the typed or written copy of the court reporter’s notes that have been taken down during a trial.

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TAX INCOME

See income tax.

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THIRD PARTY PRACTICE

a practice that will allow a defendant to bring a third party into a case.

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TAFT HARTLEY ACT

federal law that was enacted in 1947 giving rights to employees and employers where strikes are legal and other union deals.

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TIME REASONABLE

a term for a period of time that si line with a contract’s provisions.

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THIRD PARTY ACTION

the situation where the defendant brings into the case a third person as he believes the person is involved with him in the law suit.

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TRAVERSE JURY

This term applies to the trial jury that is not the grand jury who offers an indictment but doesn’t try the case.

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TRUST CONTINGENT

the term given to a trust whose operation is dependent on an event in the future.

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TORT PROPERTY

the term that is used when one person interferes with a person who is enjoying his own property

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TESTIMONIAL IMMUNITY

the name given to the immunity to incriminating yourself that is granted a witness by a court.

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TAX EXPENDITURES

This term applies to revenue losses of a federal government due to it granting a special tax benefit to some tax payers.

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TENDER OF AMENDS

an offer by a person who has committed wrong to right that wrong by paying a sum of money to the person he has wronged.

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TO DO TIME

a slang term for serving time in jail.

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